Friday, September 12, 2008


Do we really want a president who cannot use email????

Think carefully before you answer.

McCain's severe war injuries prevent him from combing his hair, typing on a keyboard, or tying his shoes.
Would you criticize the black Democratic governor of New York because he cannot drive? Oh, did I mention he's blind?

What brought on my indignation? The new Obama commercial that can be seen here.


E-d said...

Where was your 'lipstick on a pig' indignation when McCain used the analogy twice.


Ok, theatrics off.

DADvocate said...

OMG! This changes everything!

Darren said...

I'd have been indignant if McCain had used it as a slight against someone who used "lipstick" as part of their tagline.

Anonymous said...

Personally, this actually changed my vote. It also brings up the age concern.

allen (in Michigan) said...

The Obama tactic of trying to run against Bush had resonance earlier although my perception is that it's become, in Brit Hume's words "threadbare".

Running against Palin is just, plain stupid but that's what Obama's been doing since the announcement of Palin's candidacy and this ad isn't much better.

I know quite a few people who don't know how to use e-mail but do know how to vote. They're all in their seventies and even older.

I wonder how they'll react to having a failing they share with McCain made into evidence of incompetence?

Mrs. C said...

Why does the Obamessiah heal some people and not others? The light shining down from heaven thing doesn't work for his sidekick Biden, though. I'm assuming you heard how he asked a fellow in a wheelchair to stand up and walk about a week ago. ;]

Can I go back to 1982 now? LOL

Anonymous said...

I'd be shocked into changing my vote, but I'm not sure how to vote.